A very tasty green chile stew indeed! I made this twice. The first time it was way too hot because I had used some leftover beef that already had green chiles in it, so I ended up with about double the chiles. I did cool it off by adding more water and some leftover rice enough to eat it. I enjoyed it, in spite of the heat, enough to make it again according to the recipe. I really really liked it the second time. For those with tender taste buds, you may want to add the green chile at the end, tasting as you go. I used extra hot ones generously, plus tomatoes with jalapenos, so mine was still pretty spicy even though I followed the recipe. It was just the way I like it. Move over green chile chicken stew, you've got competition now.
We used ground beef instead of the stew meat. It was fabulous. A suggestion was made to add some jalapenos and/or poblano chilies next time.<br/><br/>It was truly a great meal to make in our dutch oven over the campfire.
Great! Did not add the 2 cans green chilies. The store only had medium tomatoes with green chilies. Found after adding, that was hot enough for my family. Delicious! Will make again.
Found this on the Campbell's soup community pages a while back and have made it several times - this is yummy stuff!
Oh yum! I am a convert to oven cooking in my cast iron.. This worked out great using chicken thighs instead of beef..In making the change I was able to feed the neighborhood on a busy week night..
Made this for the crew, Pot literally sopped clean. Thank You for sharing
Works really well in the pressure cooker set to 10 lbs for 1/2 hour. Very tender.
Excellent! I dislike traditional stew so very much and this is such a wonderfully easy and yummy alternative with a nice southwest flare!
Yummo! I made this Tuesday (we're having the rest tonight) and we all loved it. I made two slight changes - I left out the sugar, and used just plain fire-roasted tomatoes instead of tomatoes w/ green chilies. Turned out great - the meat & potatoes were cooked to perfection and the taste was great. Thanks!